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Fuzzy Control on Artificial Ripening of Uli Banana . Sugiyono; . Sutrisno; Budi I. Setiawan
Jurnal Keteknikan Pertanian Vol. 13 No. 1 (1999): Buletin Keteknikan Pertanian
Publisher : PERTETA

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.19028/jtep.013.1.%p

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Banana is a potential commodity to gain foreign currency since its export has tended to increase yaer by year. Postharvest handling of banana is very important in order to maintain high quality of the products. Artificial ripening is one method applied to control the rate of ripening and in the other side to guarantee the uniformity of quality. Teperature in the ripening chamber plays an important role since it directly influences respiration rate of the products. This research is aimed to apply fuzzy control to regulate the temperature, which is set in order to get better quality of the product. Yhe objective of the fizzy control is to set the temperature into 4 (four) decreasing steps : 1) 24"C. 2)22.5"C 30 21.5 "C and 4) 24 "C each for 24 hours. Respiration rate during these periods are 0.0866 ml CO2/kg/h become 0.06054 ml CO2/kg/h or 3.1716 ml O2/kg/h/ become 0.7016 ml O2/kg/h.
Optimation of Tank Model's Parameters Budi I. Setiawan
Jurnal Keteknikan Pertanian Vol. 17 No. 1 (2003): Buletin Keteknikan Pertanian
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.19028/jtep.017.1.%p

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Tank to model is one of hydrological models to analize characteristics of river flow. The model can give information of water availability and be used to predict flood occurences. As it is setting the embodied parameters. In from of Standard Tank Model, the number of parameters accounts to 12. Many optimation method available for general application. This paper introduces an optimation technique to determine the parameters with taking into account confornity to water balance in addition to best-fifting. Here, two data from Cidanau and Terauchi Watershed were used for clarification, which show that this optimation technique gained fast and accurate result. This technique has been made available to use in form of an application sofware and openly possible to accomodate the other forms of Tank Model.
Simulation of Temperature Control in Growth Room for Tropical Mushroom Budi I. Setiawan; Diduk A. Wijaya; Leopold O. Netwan
Jurnal Keteknikan Pertanian Vol. 15 No. 1 (2001): Buletin Keteknikan Pertanian
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.19028/jtep.015.1.%p

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Optimum growth of tropical mushrooms depend on the ambient environment. In general, mushrooms prefer low air temperature and high air humidity. The growers use closed rooms to maintain favorable conditions. Recently, use of refrigerator is of interest to maintain the favourable conditions under hot and humid climate conditions. This study is attempting to apply control mechanism in maintaining theambient temperature favorable for mushroom growth. A simple heat transfer equation was used to describe changes of temperature inside the growth chamber. This equation was then coupled with a fuzzy logic control to actuate a refrigerator at a suitable length of time. Three temperature condition (16, 19 and 21 O C ) were set as set points. The results show the developed technique was capable to maintain the temperature inside the growth room even though under the influence of a highly fluctuating ambient temperature. This technique was alsoresponsive and reliable in facing immediate disturbances, and showed a realistic requirement of cooling energy.
PINTU SORONPintu Sorong Tonjol Berbahan Fiberglass Sebagai Inovasi Alat Ukur Debit Dalam Operasi Irigasi TONJOL BERBAHAN FIBERGLASS SEBAGAI INOVASI ALAT UKUR DEBIT DALAM OPERASI IRIGASI Hanhan A. Sofiyuddin; M. Muqorrobin; Dadan Rahmandani; Ahmad Tusi; Budi I. Setiawan
JURNAL SUMBER DAYA AIR Vol 8, No 1 (2012)
Publisher : Bina Teknik Sumber Daya Air, Kementerian Pekerjaan Umum dan Perumahan Rakyat

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (739.979 KB) | DOI: 10.32679/jsda.v8i1.354

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Discharge regulation and measurement in the irrigation scheme are needed to improve water distribution equity and reliability which are often constrained by damaged sluice gates and discharge measuring devices. Sluice gates which are generally made of iron are often damaged because of corrosion or theft. Whereas the discharge measuring devices are often inaccurate because the required flow condition is often eligible and demolished since in the opinion of the farmers these devices are blocking the water flow. In order to solve this problem, a research was conducted to create sluice gates that can be both, a discharge regulator and measuring device. These gates are made of fiberglass/Glass Fiber Reinforced Plastic (GFRP), which is lighter and more corrosion resistant than steel. The shape of this gate is a rounded sluice gate so that it can be used as a measuring device. Tests were then conducted to determine the hydraulic characteristics of flow and discharge formulas that can be used. These tests resulted a contraction coefficient of 0,867 with error rate (Mean Absolute Percentage Error/MAPE) of 3,8% for free flow and 10,4% for submerged flow or an average of 8,71%. This indicates that this rounded sluice gate is feasible to be used as a measuring device. For operational convenience in the field, operators can be equipped with discharge charts or discharge calculators in Java programs that can be operated on a Java MIDP 2.0 cell phone.
Development and Management of Water in Wetland Soedodo Hardjoamidjojo; Budi I. Setiawan
Jurnal Keteknikan Pertanian Vol. 15 No. 1 (2001): Buletin Keteknikan Pertanian
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.19028/jtep.015.1.%p

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This paper describes potentials as well as obstacles in developing wetland for agricultures. Historical backgrounds of wetland utilization for agricultures Indonesia and wetland definition by Ramsar Convention are highlighted. Special emphasis is given to explain physical and hydrological conditions of wetland and opportirnities to develop sustainable agricultural activities based on wetland categories. Current problems in developing wetland, sucsh as land degradation and lost of wetland are enlightened, and a little note is aroused to elucidate the failure of One Million Hectares Project in Central Kalimantan. Finally, prospectivetechnologies for controlling water table were proposed.